Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept.

 
Online Registration
Please CLICK HERE

 to visit our online registration website and set up your family account.  With the online registration you can now register for most rec programs right from the comfort of your home with a debit or credit card (with no additional fees).   Note: In person registrations are still accepted at the Park & Rec Department at Village Hall.


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Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the Village of Little Chute has remained committed and flexible to ensure the delivery of services to the residents of our community. The health and safety of the community, staff, and visitors remain out top priority.  Throughout the reopening efforts, we will continue to be flexible, adjusting our response based on guidance from Outagamie County Public Health, DHS, and the CDC.  We are working for reopening of various facilities to the general public and to modify our recreation program offerings for this summer.  Our approach is complimentary to the guidelines and recommendations of the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).  The Village's resource page on all COVID-19 related matters can be found at https://www.littlechutewi.org/624/Response-to-COVID-19

The During the week of 5/26/20 through 5/31/20, we will be working to modify some of our recreation program offerings.  During that time the online program registration function will not be available.  We will be modifying our recreation programs to start the first full week of July, as the decision was made to not offer youth recreation programs in June.  We will contact all currently registered families about our changes prior to opening online registration back up.  Please check back after June 1 to view all the modified recreation program offerings we will have for July and August! 
 

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2020 Fall/Winter Program Guide
Our 2020 Fall & Winter Program Guide was mailed to all Little Chute residents/taxpayers at the end of July.  CLICK HERE to view the book.  Registration begins on Monday, August 3 at 8:00am for residents and non-residents for rec programs.  Registration for rec programs can be done online, in person, or by mail on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Register early, as each program is limited in size.  Please see the program book for detailed registration information.



2020 Spring/Summer Program Book
Our 2020 Spring & Summer Program Book will be mailed in early March to all Little Chute residents/taxpayers.  CLICK HERE to view the book.  Registration for rec programs will began on Monday, March 16 for residents and non-residents (excludes swim lessons).  Registration for rec programs can be done online, in person, or by mail on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Register early, as each program is limited in size.  Registration for swim lessons can only be done in person at the pool office.  Please see the program book for detailed registration information.  IMPORTANT NOTE:  Our 2020 Spring & Summer book was printed and mailed to residents in early March.  Due to COVID-19, some programs were cancelled and some programs were modified.  Updates cannot be done to the PDF of the 2020 Spring & Summer Programs book.  Please view modified program offerings on our online registration site.  If you have questions, give us a call at 423-3869.



E-Newsletter

Our department e-newsletters are sent out once a month around the 1st of the month. The newsletters contain important information for upcoming recreation programs, events, and park news. If you would like to sign up, please call 423-3869 and your email address will be added to our contact list.

   
 

Mission Statement


Our commitment is to provide an array of opportunities to improve an individual's physical health and outlook to life. These opportunities include instructional programs, athletic programs, social programs, and aquatic activities that are designed to satisfy a wide range of interests. Our department maintains over 86 acres of parks, open space areas and wilderness for various activities. Uses include playground equipment, picnicking and shelters, trails, softball, baseball, soccer, football, volleyball, tennis, basketball, ice skating, and festivals.

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